The world’s first fully managed Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) system – Ocucon – has announced that it will provide a free CCTV hardware upgrade for customers of its cloud-based storage as it launches a first-of-its-kind zero capital expenditure model.
Breaking new ground in surveillance technology, Ocucon delivers a powerful, cloud-based storage and retrieval platform, combining intelligent data analytics with the facility to store, analyse and retrieve unlimited amounts of HD video surveillance footage from within the Ocucon portal.
In an industry first, the surveillance technology start up has announced that customers of its standard cloud-based storage package will now be able to upgrade their CCTV infrastructure at no additional cost. With Ocucon already in talks with 6 out of 10 of the largest retailers in the world, the new business model is expected to further increase demand.
“By working closely with our partners and reimagining the typical surveillance business model, we’re now able to offer customers the benefits of new CCTV hardware alongside our industry-leading cloud storage, with zero capital expenditure from the customer.”
Launched in October 2017, Ocucon’s award-winning technology revolutionises the ability of businesses to defend against fraudulent cases of slips, trips and falls – currently estimated to cost the UK economy alone more than £800 million a year – by removing physical limitations on the amount of surveillance footage an organisation can save. Since its launch, Ocucon has seen significant interest in both the UK and US and has been recognised by leading UK business awards for its digital technology innovation.
Last year, the North East-based firm also launched Ocucon Pixelate. Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Ocucon’s innovative pixelation service delivers intelligent cloud-based video redaction tools for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance. Ocucon recently announced that Pixelate will be launching automatic full body redaction as part of a second generation roll out of its intuitive web-based software. The pioneering new technology will allow users to simply select the people they do not wish to pixelate before footage is automatically redacted in a matter of seconds.